BEA Workshop 10.1 in Summer 2007

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  1. BEA Workshop 10.1 in Summer 2007 (13 messages)

    BEA has announced that Workshop 10.1 will be available in Summer 2007. This release will complete the merger between BEA's acquired NitroX M7 product and their previous Workshop releases. Special features will include AppXRay and some features designed to improve Eclipse as a whole. Workshop 10.1 will support EJB3/JPA, Kodo, OpenJPA, and Hibernate as well as JSF, Struts, Spring, JSP+JSTL, Apache Beehive. It also includes support for Maven and application servers from BEA as well as from IBM and Red Hat, in addition to Tomcat. AppXRay provides a view of interdependencies between application components, showing relationships between components, showing page flows (from Struts, JSF, etc) and providing realtime error checking based on external module changes. It also shows an impact analysis of changes made. BEA is also providing two optional features for Eclipse. The first is a crash management system, which - provided you've opted in for the program - sends crash information and creates a developer issue immediately. This means that Eclipse issues will be created in very short order should an error occur. The other opt-in feature is a usage tracker. This sends in usage stats from the IDE every four hours or so (in a small, 1-2K packet) on what you, as an Eclipse user, are using, such as menu items and plugins. It doesn't include any personal information in the packets, but does show some interesting information - for example, BEA told TheServerSide.com that the Subversion plugin is by far the most-used plugin in the Eclipse ecosystem. This is designed to improve Eclipse overall by emphasizing what's being used in Eclipse so that usability can improve. BEA has a signup page to be notified when 10.1 becomes available.

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  2. yawn[ Go to top ]

    .....zzzzz.....
  3. Beehive!!!!!!!!!!!!![ Go to top ]

    is anyone out there use beehive anymore?!!!!!
  4. Re: Beehive!!!!!!!!!!!!![ Go to top ]

    For the project I've just started, I'm being forced to make a choice between Beehive and Struts 1.2.7. :-(
  5. Re: Beehive!!!!!!!!!!!!![ Go to top ]

    Just my curiosity. Why struts 1.2.7 but not 1.2.9?
  6. Re: Beehive!!!!!!!!!!!!![ Go to top ]

    Workshop 10.1 is currently set to support Struts 1.2.9.
  7. Make your docs available in .pdf format. The current online docs are clunky and its very hard to print anything.
  8. Docs for Workshop 10.0 in PDF format are available at http://e-docs.bea.com/wlw/docs100/pdf.html
  9. Old school[ Go to top ]

    where is the support for SCA, SDO, Service Discovery, EIS integration, JCA adaptor integration,BPEL development etc? Who want to pay for old school concepts?.There are already tremendous number of IDES available for spring, hibernate,eclipse, sub version etc.
  10. Re: Old school[ Go to top ]

    This functionality is either already released or coming out soon under the banner of Workspace 360. Consider it a segmented approach to going to market.
  11. Re: Old school[ Go to top ]

    Workshop doesn't ship with tools for WebLogic Portal, Integration, etc. You get those server-specific tools when you download / install those runtimes.. As far as Spring, in additon to bundling the Spring IDE as others do, I'm not aware of another IDE that can leverage either EJB3 / Hibernate mappings to: -generate of Spring artifacts from O/R mappings -generate service methods for JPA and Hibernate named queries -Support for JPA and Hibernate configuration specified in Spring beans file reference: http://edocs.bea.com/workshop/docs92/studio32/WhatsNew.htm
  12. how much memory do you need to minimally run this product, I have tried it with 2 gigs on a laptop and it's very slow. this is like old school ejb/ide days circa 2000-2001
  13. We recommend 1GB for Workshop Studio. You can also control the IDE memory settings via the \eclipse\eclispe.ini file.
  14. Re: Old school[ Go to top ]

    where is the support for SCA, SDO, Service Discovery, EIS integration, JCA adaptor integration,BPEL development etc? Who want to pay for old school concepts?.There are already tremendous number of IDES available for spring, hibernate,eclipse, sub version etc.
    If you'd like to see the work in progress around SCA, stop by the workshop booth at JavaOne next week. We're also giving away copies of BEA Workshop Studio to people that scan their badge at the BEA booth.